moe. Live at State Theatre on 2012-12-31
1. Brent Black ->
2. St. Augustine
3. Lost Along the Way
4. Chromatic Nightmare ->
5. The Faker ->
6. Brent Black
1. Deep This Time ->
2. She Sends Me
3. Yodelittle ->
4. Spine of a Dog ->
5. Yodelittle ->
6. CalifornIA ->
7. Stranger Than Fiction
8. Waiting for the Punchline
1. Crab Eyes
2. Spaz Medicine
4. Havah Nagilah ->
5. Long Island Girls Rule
6. Head ->
7. Time Ed ->
11. Happy Hour Hero
3. Timmy Tucker
4. Don't Fear the Reaper * w/Jim Laughlin on bass and Rob Derhak on cowbell
Collection moeBand/Artist moe.Venue State TheatreLocation Portland, MESource Neumann TLM 170 > Sound Devices 744Lineage WAV 2 track Audacity > CD Wave Editor > FLACTaped by marcusTransferred by marcus
This supplements my other recording of this show, located here:
They are identical source-wise, but disc 2 on that page is over 80 minutes.
This has a re-edited disc 2 (second set) that cuts off some crowd at the front and back ends, making it cd compatible (if anyone burns to disc anymore)
The song breaks are entirely, as usual, subjective anyway.
Flying Spaghetti Monster
January 10, 2013
The 2012 NYE run in Portland (12/30-12/31) add to the list of terrific moe. performances at The State Theater. Whereas last years 12/30 show was better than 12/31 (imo), THIS YEARS 12/31 SHOW WAS STRAIGHT HEAT!!!!! In fact, this show is in my top five ever.
Everything about this show was awesome.
Favorite parts were:
-- Chromatic > Faker > (second half of) Brent Black
-- Deep This Time is becoming one of my new favorites; the segue out of it is dynamite.
-- Yode > potato song > Yode > CIA > STF (PS: the animated clock and lights were awesome during this part of the show)
-- Long Island Girls Rule killed it. Since they didnt repeat any songs over the four night run (12/28-12/31), McBain/George were unavailable, and thus LIGR occupied the "disco" niche for the evening. Very very good.
-- Head > Time Ed > Head ... just listen.
-- note that Reaper was a lot of fun (jim at center stage on bass, and rob playing enthusiastic cowbell the whole time ala Will Farrell)...its definitely not their best sounding version :)
Great sound Flarcus, thanks again for your recordings!!!
January 5, 2013
Culmination of the best run I've seen moe. do
This might possibly be the best moe. show I've ever seen. the play was so good and the vibe was so good. plus rob flubbing lyrics and laughing makes every show amazing.